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  • Sabattis were an underground hard rock band from New York formed in 1968 by Jim Marvin (guitar and lead vocals), Gary Culotta (keyboard and vocals), Larry Wegman (drums), and Rocky Kaler (bass) Influenced by bands like Deep Purple, Mountain, and Grand Funk, they gigged around town playing lots of psychedelic clubs and venues In...
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    Out-Sider present the first vinyl reissue of Soft Soul Transition's SST, originally released in 1969 as a private pressing Breezy sunshine-pop, soft-rock, psych-pop from California Crystal clear recording with awesome vocal harmonies, superb musicianship, bossa and blue-eyed-soul-jazz touches with folk-rock moves In 1969, Chet...
  • First-ever vinyl reissue of this lost-in-time US private press album from 1980 Male-female vocals, fuzz guitar, and synths Echoes of the '60s San Francisco sound (Tripsichord, Airplane, or Quicksilver) mix with FM pop-rock and even jazz-funk Considered by many collectors the best USA '80s psych LP along with Bobb Trimble...
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    Out-Sider present a reissue of Julius Victor's From The Nest, originally released in 1969 From The Nest is the sole album by this US hard-rock/psychedelic band, recorded at the famous Record Plant Studios in New York and produced by jazz musician Ahmad Jamal Organ-dominated, hard-progressive sound with powerful and soulful vocals,...
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    First-ever vinyl release of 1970-1971 recordings by Colorado's Wakefield A blend of hard-rock, psychedelia, and acid-rock with a powerful, jamming sound, long tracks, stunning lead guitar, organ, Latin percussion, and dreamy/bluesy vocals Fans of Leslie's Motel, don't miss this one Remastered sound from the original tapes,...
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    '60s garage-psych moody monster! Out of The Bachs was originally released in 1968 as a private pressing of 150 copies; it's one of the rarest USA '60s garage/teenbeat albums ever The band consisted of five young kids from Chicago, regulars at local teen dances, who decided to release an album for their fans before splitting...
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    US 1972 private press psychedelic-progressive conceptual album from Chirco: two long suites featuring fuzzed-out guitars, spacey vocals, effects, complex vocal harmonies and heavy organs Top-level recording and musicianship with Barry Tashian from The Remains assisting and writing one of the tracks Newly remastered sound, repro of...
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    The one and only album by this great Pacific Northwest band, recorded and originally released in 1970, is a mix of hard-driving psychedelic rock, heavy blues, and atmospheric ballads with big studio production Flowing organs, powerful Doorsy vocals, and hard-edged guitars Nice orchestrations on some tracks, which bring to mind...
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    Hideously rare 1969 album by US band Magic Psychedelic and bluesy West Coast sound with ripping fuzz guitar much in the vein of Crazy Horse, Quicksilver, Vindicator-era Arthur Lee and the likes The 12-minute long "I'll Just Play" is full of endless dual guitar attacks and effects, and is the ultimate acid-rock jam Mastertape...
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    Fabulous and ultra-rare US West Coast psychedelic album from Merkin Released in 1973 on Windy Records (same label as Creation Of Sunlight) but sounding more 1967-1968 with fuzzed-out/jangly guitars and melodic, floating harmony vocals Newly remastered sound, including an insert with...
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    Out-Sider present the first ever vinyl reissue of Reason's The Age Of Reason, originally released in 1969 This US 1969 private album by an ad-hoc studio band project features ex-Telstars bass player Terry Gorka plus drummer Bill Manning, lead guitarist Billy Windsor and keyboard player Tommy Dildy Heavy bluesy/soul/R&B club...
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    USA 1971 obscure Christian folk-rock album with an appealing, understated feel Close male/female vocal harmonies and ringing guitars create a secular late '60s California sound, with strong songwriting that reaches back to a Byrds/Simon & Garfunkel hook sensibility Fully licensed, first-ever vinyl reissue Monster rarity going...
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    Repro of the rare original 1969 album by Missouri group Touch Acid blues-y psychedelic rock made available on vinyl again, with the original gatefold cover and insert with detailed liner notes Housed in a 350 gram carton cover and pressed on 180 gram...
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    In the late '60s, a bunch of mysterious psychedelic exploitation albums were released by America's budget Crown label Issued under different band names (The Firebirds, Underground Electrics, 31 Flavors), these LP's were recorded by an anonymous group of studio musicians 'Hair' by 31 Flavors is the counterpart to The Firebirds' LP...
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